Jordan Brand's latest retro release should be fairly simple to get your hands on.
One of the most anticipated releases of the year has been the Air Jordan 4 "Bred" which is finally dropping this Saturday on May 4th for $200 USD. The shoe will come with the OG Nike Air branding on the back as opposed to the Jumpman logo, which means these stay true to the originals. For some these small details don't matter but to OG sneakerheads, they are the difference between a cop and a drop. Needless to say, this latest release of the AJ 4 "Bred" is being dubbed as an instant cop and fans are excited to finally get their hands on them.
Many are worried about resellers and the horrific resale prices that can plague big releases. Fortunately, according to Instagram user @zsneakerheadz, resellers shouldn't be much of a problem. The graphic below shows all of the Foot Locker locations that will be receiving the shoe which is just a small sample size of all of the retailers that will ultimately get the sneaker. In the post, @znsneakerheadz says #SuperMegaGR, GR meaning general release. Essentially, this means that whoever wants them, will get them as long as they don't sleep through their alarm on release day.
Will you be looking to cop?